What’s in the News: The Haus exhibit to be demolished, replaced with upscale apartments

Over 150 artists turned a disused bank into a temporary gallery for street art in a commercial district in Berlin. Graffiti and paintings were spread across five floors and in 80 rooms. The doors closed May 31, and demolition begins this month.  The exhibit offered an exhilarating personal art experience, where everything lingers in temporary purgatory. The gallery was free of charge marking another successful … Continue reading What’s in the News: The Haus exhibit to be demolished, replaced with upscale apartments